Savannah Businesses Take Pledge

More than 500 Savannah businesses have taken the ‘Savannah Safe’ pledge, part of an effort to implement safety protocols and assuage health concerns as they look to reopen more of the local economy.  The pledge is part of the Resilient Savannah initiative,...

The Art of Selfies

Are selfies art?  Kids these days certainly seem to think so, and the Albany Museum of Art tends to agree.  The museum is hosting a virtual competition called the Art of Selfies, where Georgia residents are encouraged to submit artistic selfies – as well as self...

Robins Air Force Base Begins Reopening Process

Robins Air Force Base (RAFB), outside Macon, is one of central Georgia’s largest economic drivers, employing a workforce of over 25,584 civilian, contractor, and military members.  It, like all other major employers, was hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic,...

UGA Pres. “Confident” in Football Season

  The Peach State’s most popular sports team resides not in Atlanta, but an hour east in Athens, and UGA football fans are hungry to know if the upcoming college season will take place as scheduled.  The news is tentatively good, as UGA president Jere...

Savannah Cathedral honored by Pope

Savannah’s first Catholic church, Saint John the Baptist, was originally constructed around 1800.  Fifty years later Pope Pius IX established the Diocese of Savannah, and the church was enlarged, eventually becoming the Cathedral we know it as today.  This month the...

Floyd Superintendent Honors HS Seniors

The coronavirus epidemic has been particularly tough on high school seniors, who saw their last semester and all it entails – prom, graduation, some final time with hometown friends – wiped out.  Up in Floyd County, superintendent Jeff Wilson wanted to...

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